LG has officially introduced the successor of LG Optimus One, named “LG Optimus Hub”, which was previously known as LG Univa E510. This new gadget was first seen on August and has recently received bit more details including specifications. LG Optimus Hub will come with a series of amazing features and specifications. The Smartphone will be powered by Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread OS and 800 MHz processor and for the starters, it will be headed to Italy and ultimately making the rounds somewhere else. Starting from October, it will be available at a fairly attractive price range, i.e. around €199 /$270 in Italy.
LG Optimus Hub will be equipped with 3.5 inches HVGA LCD touchscreen with 320 x 480 pixels resolution, 800 MHz CPU, 5MP main camera with autofocus option, Social + widgets, 512 MB RAM and MicroSD card supporting expandable memory up to 32GB. The connectivity features of the LG Optimus Hub will include Bluetooth v3.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, microUSB v2.0, DLNA, 3G/GPRS and A-GPS support. Unfortunately, CPU of Hub has an ARMv6 core; means this smartphone will not support the ARMv7-requiring apps such as Adobe Flash Player, Firefox for Android, and more.
Over its predecessor, Optimus Hub will come with several improvements including larger screen, a faster processor, and camera with a superior resolution which can record video at a higher frame rate. Though the screen of the Hub will be bigger, the resolution will remain the same, which will make the picture fairly less sharp. For younger consumers and first time smartphone users, it will be a good handset.